Folk music has taken different forms at different times over the years. Initially, it was defined as music that spoke of a person’s national or cultural identity and was performed using traditional instruments. However, the genre of folk music is constantly evolving. This is dictated by the evolution of societyRead More →

On March 25, one of the biggest Nigerian music stars of the moment, Rema, released his highly anticipated debut album, Rave and roses. After three years of back-to-back EPs and hit singles, everyone was eager to hear a full-length album from prodigy Mavin. While the album offered hits, some peopleRead More →

Courtesy The hills come alive to the sound of music. The tours are back. The Grammys are good. Tears For Fears is back. Eddie Vedder has found a new rhythm. Charli XCX dialed in the pop dial. Maren Morris broke his sound. There are very few big music hits inRead More →

Actress, model and influencer Shilpa Chaudhary, who has starred in songs like Judaiyan, Viah Impossible, Mere Wangu Pyaar, Dil Nu Pas and with Parmish Verma and Sukh-E, shares how her journey began and her future aspirations. Tell us about your background I started my influencer/blogger career via tiktok and uploadedRead More →

Any significant change in direction by an established act with a large fan base will always lead to controversy. It remains, however, one of the most fascinating areas of popular music history. There are many reasons an artist might drastically alter their sound. For some, it’s a gradual process, theRead More →

From Bastille Give me the future yours 2here are ten exciting albums coming out in February 2022. With countless singles and albums released every month, it’s nearly impossible to keep up with all the latest music releases. From old school rock to alternative to modern rap to mainstream pop, hereRead More →

As we slowly recover from the Coronavirus hangover, life is getting more enjoyable day by day. Last year we saw a moderate return to normalcy, with concert halls reopening and music festivals dispersing. With Glastonbury returning this year, after a two-year hiatus, we can look forward to the triumphant returnRead More →

‘Blueprint’: Piano music by Nikolai Kapustin for Jazz Trio Frank Dupree, piano; Jakob Krupp, bass; Obi Jenne, drums (Capriccio) When I reviewed pianist Frank Dupree’s debut album of works by Nikolai Kapustin last year, Dupree previewed things to come. For his follow-up engagement with Kapustin, a Russian swing-influenced composer, DupreeRead More →

For ALIBI Music, there is no better way to usher in another year than with the release of 10 new albums – each skillfully crafted by professional composers/artists and adding to a catalog that has become a resource essential for editors working in film, television, streaming, video games and advertising.Read More →

2022 is the year when Uganda’s entertainment industry fully reopens after nearly two years of lockdown. The expectation is high that it will be a year filled with bangers as artists return to the booth with some of them lining up music albums. MBU takes a look at the artistsRead More →

Music remains a great source of comfort, especially during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Since concerts and shows are too few and far between, musicians also spend time in recording studios, producing a lot of music. From Weeknd’s recently announced “Dawn” album, at Porcupine Tree 11e studio album after a hiatusRead More →

World Music Central presents the best world music albums of 2021 selected by its publishers and contributors. Daryana Antipova (Russia) San Salvador – La Grande Folie – La Grande Folie / Pagans / MDCMahsa Vahdat – Light up the night – Kirkelig KulturverkstedStaritsa – Klyukva – CPL-musicKhöömei Beat – ChangysRead More →

Soundtrack labels continued to thrive in 2021, uncovering old film scores worth preserving and expanding classics to satisfy the seemingly insatiable thirst for music written for screens big and small. Limited edition prints continue to be the primary marketing plan for most – with print runs ranging from 1,000 toRead More →

Jason Aldean, Thomas Rhett and Dolly Parton are just three artists with new country albums slated for 2022. Expect a quick start, with several newcomers, a rocker and two veteran hitmakers releasing new titles in January and February. The first three months of any given year are usually slow, butRead More →

In a year where the music industry has been pretty inactive, a few musicians have shared their unique talents through exciting music albums. We take a look at the top 5 Ugandan music albums released this year! State the facts, 2021 has been a musically stale year. Other than aRead More →

There is no doubt that these are the best collections (including EPs) delivered in 2021 by Ghanaian artists. KiDi released the album ‘Golden Boy’ on June 23, 2021. The 14-track album preceded extensive promotion in anticipation of the album. The “Golden Boy” album is one of the best albums releasedRead More →

Meetings are always at the heart of music. Sometimes taking place between individuals or groups, and sometimes entire nations, it is through contact with humans that we learn to play and listen. We combine old ideas; new ones are emerging. Just about anything registered for the commercial market today couldRead More →

With 35 iconic album covers from bands and musicians from around the world, Dorothy’s The Color of Iconic Albums takes us back in time. There are reinterpretations of Pet Sounds by the Beach Boys, Sgt. The Beatles’ Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band and The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill, among others.Read More →

Photography: Lauren Engel, Atypikal Creative, Jim & Idle Cook of Cookhouse Media, Mark Nesbitt, Alex Kurunis; Graphics: Matthieu Cavallini November may seem a little premature to announce our list of albums of the year, but in the vein of short stays in Cambridge, we are announcing our favorites a bitRead More →

‘Amata slab Tenebre’ Anna Netrebko, soprano; Orchestra of the Teatro alla Scala; Riccardo Chailly, conductor (Deutsche Grammophon) Soprano Anna Netrebko has always been more satisfying in person – her voice blossoms in the vast space of an opera – than on recordings, where her ultra-wide vibrato seems, in close-up, lessRead More →

Entitled Waveform, the beautiful screen-printed pieces visualize the sound waves generated by dance, rave, synth and electronic music albums by British musicians, including from 808 State to Squarepusher. This is an exciting project that Alex has been working on since 2012, which resulted in two previous successful Kickstarter campaigns toRead More →

SINGAPORE – With the pandemic affecting their shows and plans overseas, musicians in Singapore have turned to writing new songs and recording albums over the past year. Veteran singer-songwriter Ramli Sarip’s new album is his first to be released in Singapore since the mid-1980s, while the latest album from independentRead More →

From Lil Wayne’s ‘Trust Fund Babies’ to Elton John’s ‘The Lockdown Sessions’, here are ten exciting albums due out in October 2021. With countless singles and albums released every month, it’s nearly impossible to keep up with all the latest music releases. From old school rock to alternative to modernRead More →

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Music 2000 has released two music albums on its online platform on the occasion of the 160th celebration of the birth of Rabindranath Tagore Music 2000 released two music albums on their online platforms for the 160and Celebration of the birth of Rabindranath Tagore. Both albums are represented from hisRead More →

“It’s been a good year,” Dave said, mentioning albums from established names like Tinariwen, Natacha Atlas, Mamadou Diabate. I agreed, thinking of the Poly-Rhythmo Orchestra reunion, and also considering the anonymous Ethiopians recorded by Olivia Wyatt for Look into the sun and the Scots of Whaur the pig Gaed onRead More →

Last update on February 15, 2021 at 04:37 through Elena Keracheva . The pandemic has destroyed every aspect of our lives, including art. 2020 has been a tough year for film and music performers, making limited new releases and touring impossible. However, there are a few album announcements for theRead More →

The pandemic may have canceled live performances and theatrical releases for most of 2020, but for movie music lovers, that simply meant more time at home listening to their favorite music, including music. numerous releases of music never heard before outside of their original cinematic contexts. “There’s always an insatiableRead More →

It was a pretty good year for music but a miserable one for music lovers. While the COVID-19 pandemic hasn’t exactly stopped artists from putting out excellent albums, fans couldn’t see their favorite new songs performed live. Listening to an artist’s tracks on Spotify gives us a glimpse of theirRead More →

Nadia Boulanger is known more as a teacher than a composer, and the work of her sister Lili, who died in the pandemic a century ago, has been almost entirely overlooked. In these crystal-clear performances, Phan and Huang make an almost eloquent argument for the enduring value of their music.Read More →

ten Brandee Younger and Dezron Douglas – Force Majeure Recorded during lockdown in the couple’s New York apartment, Force Majeure (named after the fine print of a contract referring to extraordinary events, such as a global pandemic) sees harpist Brandee Younger and double bassist Dezron Douglas, in duo on aRead More →

People interested in hearing music from other cultures or those fused with Western music would have world music in their collections. Here are some of the best-selling world music albums on Amazon. (Photo: Amazon) The album is a set of just six songs and was released on April 20,Read More →

Each December brings another deluge of new, if not necessarily fresh, interpretations of ‘It’s starting to look a lot like Christmas’, ‘White Christmas’ and ‘The Christmas Song (Chestnuts roasting over an open fire)’. Here are this year’s notable holiday albums that deserve special attention between revisits of the perennial collectionsRead More →